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While Chicago has the second-largest Mexican population among U. This much-needed ethnography of Mexicans living and working in Chicago examines processes of racialization, labor subordination, and class formation; the politics of nativism; and the structures of citizenship and immigration law. De Genova worked for two and a half years as a teacher of English in ten industrial workplaces primarily metal-fabricating factories throughout Chicago and its suburbs. In Working the Boundaries he draws on fieldwork conducted in these factories, in community centers, and in the homes and neighborhoods of Mexican migrants.

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Delving into immigration law, he contends that immigration policies have worked over time to produce Mexicans as the U. Working the Boundaries is a major contribution to theories of race and transnationalism and a scathing indictment of U. Durham, N. Griffiths, Anne.

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